UMA/MATV Reopening Policy

Based on plans offered by the Governor’s Office of the State of Massachusetts, UMA/MATV will reopen in four phases. This strategy is being carefully considered in order to provide the best service for the City of Malden while protecting the health of its residents, UMA/MATV members and staff. As with so many other factors during this unprecedented time, the timeline may change as new information arises.

Culture Matters in Malden podcast features choreographer and dancer Jean Appolon

With the Covid-19 pandemic  still running its course in the world and protests around the US calling for an end to systemic racism, speaking with Jean Appolon is an oasis of hope and healing. In this conversation by Zoom, Appolon…

All schools, child care programs will remain closed through May 4.

https://youtu.be/yVAnenJcM2c?t=198 Baker-Polito Administration Announces Extension of School and Non-Emergency Child Care Program Closures and Steps to Ensure Housing Stability To Support COVID-19 Response. All schools, child care programs will remain closed through May 4. Full Press Release BOSTON — The…

Massachusetts Launches a COVID-19 Text Message Notification System

Text “COVIDMA” to 888-777 for Important COVID-19 Statewide Responses and Updates. Details on State of Massachusetts Government website or Press release from 3/24/2020 BOSTON — The Baker-Polito Administration today announced the launch of a new text-based notification system to deliver…

Mayor Gary Christenson’s COVID-19 Broadcast 3/24/20

Mayor Gary Christenson hosted a live broadcast on COVID-19 along with Karen Hayes, Director of Human Services & Community Outreach John and Christina Markey Malden Senior Community Center and Kevin Molis. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ACk0Du64_hY&feature=youtu.be&t=56 Tuesday, March 24th | 7 PM The recording will be broadcast on…

Governor Baker directing the Department of Public Health to issue a stay-at-home advisory as of 3/24 noon

Governor Charlie Baker is directing the Department of Public Health to issue a stay-at-home advisory effective at noon on Tuesday, March 24, until Tuesday, April 7. Baker also ordered the closure of non-essential businesses, starting at noon Tuesday. This order…

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